Did you perchance mean parole?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One who is released on parole.
- n. A person who is released on parole
- n. someone released on probation or on parole
“No governor can know in advance which parolee is going to re-offend.”
“We offer all the help we can and if the parolee is not ready to be a responsible member of the community we can send him back to prison to finish his sentence.”
“It would seem to be a more useful arrangement where the parolee is released to someone he knows.”
“Because of the supervision provided, the parolee is not left to face his problems alone.”
“The parolee is expected to keep in touch regularly with his supervisor, to report to him as required, and to accept his counsel and guidance.”
“Most parole certificates will indicate that the parolee will be "under the authority of the National Parole Board Regional Representative" in the area where the parolee is to go.”
“The deputies also noticed that another parolee was a passenger and their primary suspect,”
“The 24-year-old victim was identified as a parolee who was released in November after serving less than three years of a six-year sentence.”
“A man who police describe as a parolee and gang member was arrested early Wednesday after he apparently attacked a man with a wrench.”
“Yengeni was released as a Phase Four parolee, meaning that he enjoyed greater freedom than other offenders in his situation.”
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